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COVID-19 Update: Assessing

For the safety of our residents and continued protection of our workers, Ypsilanti Township Assessing Department will maintain procedures for accepting your Property Transfer Affidavit, Principal Residence Exemption and Rescission of the Principal Residence Exemption through the following methods:

- Mail them to our office:

Ypsilanti Township
Tilden R Stumbo Civic Center
Attn: Assessing Department
7200 S Huron River Dr.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

- Drop box outside the Civic Center located at the front of the building by the flag pole (checked daily)
- Email to the Assessing Department at

If you would like proof of acceptance for your stamped document, please provide us with an additional copy of the document and a self-addressed envelope and we will send the stamped copy back to you via postal mail.

Ypsilanti Township will continue these processes and all our essential functions as we work to reintegrate staff and resume the normal functions of the Assessment Department. Ypsilanti Township appreciates your patience as we all navigate through these difficult times. If you have any questions regarding these procedures, or any other assessment related issue, please contact our office at: (734) 487-4927.

The Property Transfer Affidavit must be filed within 45 days with the Assessor's Office whenever a transfer of ownership occurs. This form is reviewed by our staff to determine whether a property is to have its taxable value "capped" or "uncapped."

Proposal A, passed by the voters on March 15, 1994, places a limit on the value used to compute property taxes. Starting in 1995, property taxes were calculated on taxable value. Prior to 1995, taxes were calculated on state equalized value.

If there was a transfer of ownership on your property in the last year, your taxable value this year will be the same as your new state equalized value.

If there was not a transfer of ownership on your property last year, your taxable value this year is calculated by multiplying the last years taxable value by the consumer price index set by the Michigan State Tax Commission for the current year.

Physical changes in your property may also increase or decrease your taxable value. Your taxable value cannot be higher than your state equalized value.

Property Transfer Affidavit

Charter Township of Ypsilanti  •  7200 S. Huron River Dr. Ypsilanti, Mi 48197  •  (734) 484 - 4700

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